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In a way that's correct but it's not the whole story.
If the defendant fails to respond to the summons, the default isn't automatic, the plaintiff has to file a motion asking for a default...
Sorry, you can't stop this. All you can do is keep fighting until she quits or your son becomes an adult.
You bought a warranty policy from a third party seller. Seems to me that it's not the dealer's problem. It's between you and the warranty company.
Did you read the warranty? Do you know what it...
Don't bother and don't lose any sleep over it. People ignore that kind of tripe. It's not going to harm your business.
Really? Who did we fight? Other than the British, Germany, Japan, Italy, North Korea, North Vietnam, Mexico, Spain, American Indians, various countries in the Middle East, and each other (American...
Let's see if I have this straight.
You moved in to the unit 1 June 20018. Well, that can't be right. 20018 is almost 18,000 years from now. Maybe you mean 1 June 2018 on a 12 month lease and when...
You don't have to do anything until and unless he files a challenge with the bankruptcy court. If he does that, then you talk to your bankruptcy attorney.
You aren't going to jail so stop...
They can SAY anything they want. It's proving it, with EVIDENCE, that counts.
By the way, your vendor would have to file something with the bankruptcy court to challenge the discharge of the debt...
I found this:
Look up your divorce's "docket" on the court's website.
Come back and report the results.
Look how well that's going.
No surprise there.
That's not necessarily true.
It would. But if you can't get through to anybody tomorrow you spend the weekend without water.
It's up to you.
But if you let the contractor do the work...
Pick a big law firm with lots of lawyers. Explain what you have explained here and ask to be referred to the appropriate lawyer.
Sure looks like that to me.
Make sure you send a copy to the other party when you get it filed with the court.
Don't take legal advice from a plumber.
Of course he's responsible (or his employer).
Call the person at the city who wrote you that letter and report it.
Before you spend...
They deserve nothing.
The step-parent adoption won't happen. The father will get visitation back.
Your granddaughter is her own worst enemy. She is likely to spend tens of thousands of dollars before she figures that...
And "please start looking for other people" pretty much does it.
I sure hope you aren't still living in your mother's home.
I think she is full hot air and I suggest you stop talking to her. Ignore her threats. If she does sue you, you defend. You can subpoena...
Agree. The signs have the ubiquitous blue wheelchair symbol.
Positive for what?
Have no clue without reading the statute that you referred to.
Post the statute number.
I think I've read this story somewhere else.
Yeah, is this you:
As a practical matter I think this is a no-win situation for you. If you pay the $800 and then sue about collection fee, the collection agency will incur attorney fees that you will pay if they can...